Deep snow, untracked slopes, classical music and a gifted skier. With his film ‘Lorraine', Austrian film maker Hanno Mackowitz gives us something which in today's society is increasingly speeding up and running away from us: time.
Time to become consciously aware of the breathtaking scenery of snowcapped mountains, to discover details and the precision of a skier's turn, and time to breathe. Nothing distracts the eye from the aesthetics of the images and dynamics of the snow, or the loneliness and devotion of the freerider Lorraine Huber. Not a single word.